Sheffield came Together to support Cavendish Cancer Care

26th March 2021

Although Sheffield Together was a bit different this year, our amazing supporters still came out in force on the day. Almost 50 people took to their favourite routes across the city, raising more than £5,600 for local families affected by cancer.

Although Sheffield Together was a bit different this year, our amazing supporters still came out in force on the day.  Almost 50 people took to their favourite routes across the city, including teams from some brilliant local businesses – The SEO Works and Gripple, as well as Highlander, our very own IT support company.

Altogether, they raised more than £5,600 so we’d like to say a huge thank you to everyone who took part and donated, as well as those who suggested their favourite routes.  We’d also like to acknowledge the generosity of our friends and event sponsors at Atherton Godfrey Solicitors, who have ensured that every penny raised will go towards providing more care for local families.

If you enjoyed it so much you can’t wait to do it again, or you’re sad you missed out, then have no fear, Sheffield Together will be back in 2022 (hopefully in a muddy field next to Ecclesall Woods!). In the meantime there are lots more ways you can get involved with fundraising for Cavendish, including Challenge 7 (https://www.challenge7.co.uk/). Keep an eye on our news and events pages for what’s next!

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